Hey guys, i'm having some tech trouble and hopefully you can sort me out.
Ok, I have a D-link DSL-G604T wireless router, and I run Windows XP.
Yesterday the router starts playing up (as it does on occasion) so I hard reset the router, then log in and re-set the thing up etc etc.
But since then i've been having trouble connecting properly to the network. Here is what happens:
My network connections icon will show the little red "not connected" cross.
I view available networks, select mine, and hit connect.
It'll give me the message "connected!", but then the network connections window will still show i'm not connected. (however if i click it the button will not be connect, it will be disconnect)
The internet and everything will work, so basically i'm connected even though the system tells me I am not.
Then after about 5 minutes it will give me a message along the lines of "could not connect to network" and then i will actually be offline, where I will stay unless i manually attempt to connect to my network, at which point the whole cycle will begin again.
My Powerbook, my housemate's ibook, and my other housemate's desktop running XP all seem to be able to connect, so I think the problem is my end.
I've tried resetting my machine, resetting the router, and running the network setup wizard.